After almost five decades working as an animator, prominent Azerbaijani author Elchin Akhundov was forced to retire. The man behind many popular Soviet cartoons, Elchin tries to reconcile with his new life. Deprived of the opportunity to create and teach the next generation of animators, he tries to stay creative with limited resources. Surrounded by the paper dolls he creates now, Akhundov reflects on his life, age, creativity and need to share his knowledge with a new generation.
No time to retire
A daughter uses her camera to understand how her animal-loving father became a butcher.